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#1 James Mann

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Posted 22 February 2010 - 07:56 PM

I am shooting a music video in a few weeks on the 5d. We will shoot it at 30p and most likely finish it in 30p as well.

What I am wondering is what frame rate should the music be in? Just as it is on the CD/Mp3?
Or should it be converted to something else.

I am trying to avoid some post sync issues.

We will not have a DAT. Just playing the track off a boom box.

Does any of this change if I decide to finish it in 24p? 23.98?

Thanks

James.
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#2 ryan knight

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Posted 22 February 2010 - 10:59 PM

i don't think you will have any issues because you will be playing the track on-set, meaning the camera will record the guide track, using the 30P frame rate.

then if you convert to 23.98, the guide track will also be converted, and if you bring the MP3/AIFF from their album into the timeline, the track should be converted to 30P or 23.98 when it is rendered for the first time.
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